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Monitoring and Evaluation

In the context of health programs, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is essentially the process by which specific health indicators are analyzed to measure the impact of the program on the target population and identify gaps in program implementation. Appropriate use of data gathered through M&E activities can guide actions at all levels of health system—from formulating national health policies to day-to-day decision-making within community health centers, even households—to help to ensure that health interventions have the greatest impact possible and can be taken scale. Resources in this section include guidance and tools related to monitoring and evaluation. Read more